Here are the best Social Media offerings from your Elected Officials this week. Lawmakers at all levels were trying to communicate their views on everything from the Government Shutdown to Tropical Storm Karen.
Let’s get started.
Florida Governor Rick Scott cancelled a visit to Orlando Friday night, to stay in Tallahassee and monitor the situation on Tropical Storm Karen. He published this briefing on FB.
Congressman Alan Grayson was on “Real Time with Bill Maher” and continued his perpetual assault on the GOP. He divided the Republicans into 3 groups on national cable television and posted the take on his FB page.
Congressman John Mica went on an attack himself this week, slamming federal officials that barricaded the World War II Memorial during an event honoring our Veterans. He posted this video, slamming this current administration and bringing up actions taken by past Presidents to prevent these kinds of unfortunate events.
Congresswoman Corrine Brown posted the following graphic on FB, dissing House Republicans over the Government shutdown. It appears that her spellcheckers were furloughed as well.
Shutdowns didn’t stop constituents from visiting Congressman Daniel Webster this week. He posted this montage from their visit to Washington.
State House Representative Linda Stewart was at the Pride Parade in Downtown Orlando on Saturday. She’s been one of the strongest advocates for the LGBT Community for many years.
State Representative David Santiago gave Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi a “Shoutout” on Social Media praising the Florida AG’s push to end Human Trafficking in Florida.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer celebrated the 3 year anniversary of the opening of the Amway Center with this graphic on FB.
Finally, we end with Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs who also attend the “Come out with Pride” event downtown yesterday. Here she is flanked by Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan.